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Due to swfarnew demands certain znwbers may net beon hand when orders ae rece ved.


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;283 Okra.
438 Tobacco cmring.
5"- Tobacco culture.
J -Breeds of sheep for the farm. -
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6iiBreeds of draft bhrses.
SS. Drug plants under cutivation.
Footend-mouth disease.
W. Squab raising.
.46 The native persimmon.
fl Duck raising.
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.99 Cutworm control inm torn and other real crops
144 The preservative treatment of farm timbers.
.50 Roses for the home.
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.62 Goose racing.
776 Growing cherries east of the Rocky Mountains.
770 How to selAct a sound horse.
79. The sheep tick and its eradication by dipping.
Si1 Mites and lice on poultry.
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IO Equipment for farm sheep raising.
11 The red spider on cotton.
MO Farm sheep raising for beginners.
B4 Capons and caponiang.
578 Bonghheaded cornstalk beetles.
S Cattle lice and bow to eradicate them.
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) Sweetpotato growing.
I Growing fruit for home use.
I Bow to control biltmps.
SCattle scab and methods of control.
I Hemorrhagic septicemia.
SThe larger corn-stalk borer.
i Strawberry culture: South Atlantic and Guf
Coast regions
Strawberry varieties in the United States.
The loco-weed disease.
Country hides and skins; skinning, curing, and
marketing.
Cattle-fever ticks and methods of eradication.
Onion diseases and their control.
SJudging beef cattle.
.Tuberculosis in livestock.
Harvesting and storing ice on the farm.
Hog lice and hog mange.
Sudan grass.
Planning the farmstead.
SDourine of horses.
Alsike cover.
Cowpeas: Utilization.
Dodder.
Proso, or hog miet.
Growing annual flowering plants.
Raising sheep on temporary pastures.
Ginseng culture.
Pork on farm: Killing, curing'and canning.
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1256 Slash pine.
2268 Sheep-killing dogs.
1275 Weevils in beans and peas.


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1517 Loblolly pine primer.


1522 Home fruit garden on Northern Great Plaain.


1524 Farm poultry raising.
1527 Peach brown rot and scab.


1318 Greenhouse construction and heating. 1531 The tobacco budworm in G
18 Psrasis and parasitic diseases of sheep. 1535 Farm horseshoei .
1334 Home tanning of leather and sma1 fur skins. .. 1538 nuton ad bro a o


1341 Mule production.


1355 Blackleg: Its nature, cause, and prevention.


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1390 Vgetable seeds


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1405 The windbreak as a farm asset
14 ur"key "ising.
l4l Oareand management of dairy bulls.
14145 Doelon fnmt-aIltghtering, uatting, curing.
1418 Lettuce growing in greenhouses.
1419 Care and management of farm work hoses. -
14dder diseases of dairy cows.

1420 Farm plumnbing.
1433 COultivated grasses of secondary importance.
1437 Swinme prodnuetion.
144A Storage of sweetpotatoe

145 Painting on the farm
1454 Home utilization of _uadine pgpes.


'i45 Pttting, showing, and judging hogs.


1459 Selling black walnut timber.
1460 Simple plumbing repairs in the home.
1470 Care and management of dairy cows.
1474 Stain removal from fabrics: Home methods.
1477 Damage by lyctus powder-post beetles.
1486 Long-leaf pine primer.
1487 Practical hog houses.
1490 Hog-lot equipment.
1498 Arbor day Its purpose and> obaerweam


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1539 Prodcing and marketing alfalfa hay.


1563 Cucumber growing.


1566 Sorghum midge, with suggestions for control.


1567 Propagation of trees and shrubs.
1581 Oats in the North Central States.


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1583 Spring-sown red oats. ..
1599 Beef production on the farm.
1599 Scab of wheat and barley.
1600 Dehorning, castrating, branding, and marking'
beef cattle.
1610 Dairy farming for beginners.
1611 Oats in the western half of the United States, :
1619 Sorgo for sirup production: Culture, harveatin .
and handling.
1624 Mexican bean beetle in East and its central.


1625 Tick fever.


1626 Feeding dairy cows.
1627 The Hessian fly.


1632 Karakul sheep.
1634 Growing sweet corn fo the cannery.
1637 Sugar-beet culture in the humid U. 8.
1642 Chalcid control in alfalfa-seed production. -
1646 Asparagus culture.
1651 Corn earworm as an enemy of field corn a the
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1656 Peanut roin.

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1663 Winter legumes for green manure in the Cotton
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1671 Shortleaf pine.
1673 The farm garden.
1675 Care of milk utensils on the farm.
1677 Planting and care of lawns.
1678 Safe use and storage of gasoline and kerswme a
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1369 BEridwvafting.
1378 Plum and prune growing in the Pacific States.
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13TS Marketing eggs.
1380 Apple scald and its control.

1881 Herbaceoos perauail.


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DetemInng age of farm animals by teeth.
Flax-fiber production.
IPbbit production.
Growing barley for malt and feed.
Pea diseases and their oontrol.
Anthrax.
Farmhouse plans.
Hotbeds and coldframeu.
Flaxseed production in North Central Stat


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Livestock for small farms.
Care and repair of mowers and binders.
Selection of lumber for farm and home.


Cover crops for soil conservation.
Growing and feeding grain sorghums.
Dairy cattle judging.
High grade timothy and clover hay.
Use of concrete on the farm.
Home-made bread, cake, and pastry.
BeeT-cattle breeds for beef and for beef and milk
Indicators of southwestern range conditions.
Muscadine grapes.
Internal parasites of swine.
Terracing for soil and water conservation.
Farm production of sorgo sirup.
Flaxseed production in the far Western States.
Implements and methods of tillage to control soil
blowing on the Northern Great Plains.
Common white grubs in cereal arid frage crops.
Home-made jellies, preserves, and jamw.
Modernizing cotton gins.
Grading wool.
Hard red winter wheat varieties.
Lamb and mutton on the farm.
Rice culture in the Southern States.
Insects attacking grain in farm storage.
Prevention and control of gullies.
Infectious anemia (swamp fever).
Containers for hfruits and vegetables.
Black Hills beetle a serious enemy of Rocky
Mountain pines.
Care of ornamental trees and shrubs.
Cooperative dairy bull associations.


1847 Rural library service.
1849 Useful and ornamental gourds.
1850 The army worm and its control.
1852 Lespedeza culture and utilization.
1853 Classifying land for conservatr ion farming.
1854 Diseases of rice.
1855 Culture, diseases, and pests of the box tree.
1861 Insect pests of the peach in the Eastern States.
1863 The turnip aphid in the Southern States.
1865 Closets and storage spaces.
1866 Wireworm control on irrigated lands.
1867 Sugar-beet culture under irrigation in the North-
ern Great Plains.
1868 Wildllife management through Roil Conservation
farms m the Northeast.
1870 Pruning hardy fruit plants.
1871 Brucellosis of cattle.
1873 Slip covers for furniture.
1874 Farm production of sugarcane sirup.
1875 Mushroom growing.
1876 Irrigation problems in citrus orchards.
1878 Bacterial wilt in cory
1881 Potato diseases and their control.
1882 Harvesting cultivated cranberries.
1883 Apple varieties and important producing es.
tions of the U. S.
1885 Treatment of white pines infected with blister
rust.
1886 The beet leafhopper.
1887 Reducing losses from tree diseases in Eastern
forests and farm woodlands.
1888 Poultry cooking.
1889 Chimneys and fireplaces.
1890 Control of insects and mites attacking narcissus
bulbs.
1891 Diseases of strawberries.
1892 Pruning southern pines.
1893 Grape diseases and insects in Eastern U. 8.
1895 Land slugs and snails and their control.
1896 Care of damaged shade trees.
1897 Establishing and managing young apple orchards.
1898 Hedge plants for the Northern Great Plains.
1901 Production of tomatoes for canning and mann.
facturing.
1902 Varieties of spring wheat for the North Central
States.
1903 Sugar-beet culture in the intermountain area.





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1911 Preventing damage to buildings by subterranean
termites and their control.
1913 Regrassing for soil protection in the Southwest.

1914 Diseases of swine.

19A1 Snap beans for marketing, canning, and freezing.

1916 Beef cat le for breeding purposes.

1920 Growing peas for canning and freezing.

1921 Improving range conditions for wartime livestock
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1930 Prevention and control of alfalfa weevil damage,.
1931 Care and use of rope on the farm.

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1934 Tomato


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U935 Hemp.


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1983 Farm aisponds for food and good -landis ..

1984 Modern turpentining practice. .

1986 Potato storage,. .r" -

1987 Common diseases of important shade "
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1991 The use of disinfectants on the abra. .- -,

1993 Deceay nd termite damage In house. ...
1994 Tree planting in "tbhe Central, Piedmont

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13 Sheep and goat lice and methods of eradication.

29 The farm woods-A savings bank paying fitsr


34 Trichinosis, a disease caused by eating raw pork.


38 Maintaining the health of livestock hi tranEit.

56 Preventing cracks in new wood floors. .-

69 Preservation of leather bookblndings.

72 Measuring bay in stacks.


1937 Soybean diseases and their control.

1939 Home storage of vegetables and fruits.

1940 Woodlands in the farm plan.

SDiseases of sheep and goats.
1944 Sewing machines-cleaning and adjusting.
od o1 .s *ontrol.
1945 Pea aphid on peas and methods for Its control.

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1948 Sagebrush burning-good and bad.
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1949 Judging conditions and titization of short-grass
ranges on the Central lrNt Plains.
1950 Sewage and garbage disal on the farm.
1951 Blueberry growing.

1952 Control of flue-cured tobacco root diseases by


crop rotation.


1953 Lettuce varieties and culture.

1954 Making a dress at home.


1957 Cauliflower and broccoli varieties and culture.
1958 Potato production in the Northeastern and North
Central States.

1959 Sorghum diseases and their control.
1960 Carpet and rug repair.

1961 Getting started in farming.

1962 Useful records for family farms. ,

1963 Dresses and aprons for work in the home.

1967 Reducing damage to trees from construction work.
1969 Better farm leases.

1972 Poison-ivy, poison-oak, and poison sumac: Identi-
fication,- precautions, eradication.


74 Boning lamb cuts.

75 Warts on cattle. .

84 Planting black walnut.

86 Protect hardwood stands from grazing.


88 Poisoning of livestock
hydrocyanic acid,

90 Rockeries.


92 Preparing wool for market.


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102 -Eradicating tuberculosis from poultry and -swine.

104 Crested wheatgrass.


107 The barrel seed scarifier.

108 Controlling kidney worms in sine.


113 Honey and some of its uses.


114 Vine-mesquite for erosion control on southwesatera
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124 Sash greenhouses. .

128 Production of spinach.

184 Production of water cress.

135 Production of salsify or vegetable-oyster. .

137 Rhubarb forcing.

138 Production of garlic. .
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.. 151 Effects of feeds and saw speeds on cotton turn-
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152 How to control fleas.
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155 Growing nursery stock of southern pines.
S186 Harvesting and selling seed of southern pines.
157 Production of radishes.
159 Planting southern pines.
160 C(rimson clover.
181 The eastern tent caterpillar.


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' 168 Dual-purpose pines.
169 Preventing gin damage to cotton.
171-The timothy crop.


172 Why fruit trees fall to bear.
175 Eradication of the cultivated black currant in white
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I 76 Strawberry clover.
177 The pasteurization of milk.


178 Dwarf fruits.


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206 Culture of orchids.
207 Controlling gapewormns in poultry.
210 Pricklypear control on short-grass range in the
Central Great Plains.
212 The sand wireworm.
213 Sour' cream, bow to prepare and use it at home.
214 Plowing terraced land.
215 How to graze grama on Southwestern Ranges.
216 Cotton-gin maintenance.
217 Cotton ginning for pure-seed preservation
220 Storage of vegetable seeds.


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222 Home fruit garden in the Northern Great Plains,
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223 Growing field beans in humid areas.
224 Home fruit garden in the Pacific Coast States and
Arizona.
225 Protecting market sweet corn from the European
corn borer.


226 The pepper weevil.


'179 The native papaw.
180 How to keep and increase black grama on south-
western ranges.


182 Housefly control.
183 Cankerworms.


-184 The elm leaf beetle.
185 Elm bark beetles.
.1i7 Blight of pears, apples, and quinces.
189 Psocids.
* 92 Centipedes and millipedes in the house.
194 The oriental persimmon.
195 Mealworms.


196 Ryegrasses.


197 Powdery mildew of ornamental plants.
198 Cottonseed treatment.


199 Gardenia culture.
S02 Grafting-wax melter.


227 Home fruit garden in the Northeastern and North
Central States.
228 Nodular worm disease of sheep.
, 229 Potato leafhopper, a pest of alfalfa in the Eastern


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233 Selecting breeding stock for broiler production.
234 Control of mesquite.
235 Preventing insect damage in home-dried fruits.
236 Preventing damage to commercial dried fruits by
the raisin moth.
237 Control of mole crickets.
239 Moderate grazing pWs on California annual-type
ranges.


240 Kobe, a superior lespedeza.
241 Preventing cotton-press damage.
242 The spruce budworm.
243 Sphagnum moss for seed germination.
244 Commnunity forests for rural people.




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